Admitted to Chicago-Kent. My cycle is over. Time for (non-dairy) Ice Cream.

Stats are in the original post. 2.68 LSAC GPA, 156 LSAT, non-URM, active duty military. I had a 6 year gap in education before finishing the degree with a 3.53 (I messed up pretty badly my first attempt or two at undergrad). I wrote a Why X and attended the law school experience day.

I did not receive any scholarship information. The 100% tuition and fees that i mentioned are from GI Bill & Yellow Ribbon Program (YRP is for individuals that are 100% Post 9/11 GI Bill Eligible). Given that my LSAT is below their median (most recent median I could find is a 157) and GPA is below their 25th, I'm guessing that I will be at sticker. With the way that GI Bill pays out, unless if I am offered/given an unfenced/living expense scholarship, any scholarship money would reduce the amount that GI Bill pays.

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